AP SSC Result 2018: Andhra Pradesh Class 10th result declared at bseap.org, pass percentage at 94.48%, check your marks here

The AP SSC Result 2018 will be available on the board’s official website bseap.org as well as on its mobile app. Photo: Hindustan Times New Delhi: The Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh (BSEAP) has declared the results of Andhra SSC Class 10 board examination 2018 on Sunday at 4pm. Students can check Andhra class 10 results here on livehindustan.com The AP SSC Result 2018 are now available on the board’s official website bseap.org as well as on its mobile app, which can be downloaded on an android device from the Google Playstore….

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Sensex rallies 250 points, Nifty near 10,700 at close, Axis Bank rises 9%

Equity benchmark BSE Sensex rallied over 250 points to close only 30 points short of the 35,000 mark on Friday, amid positive global cues and strong corporate earnings announced this week. At close, the 30-share strong gauge was256.10 points or 0.74% higher at 34,969.70. The broader NSE Nifty 50 too rose 74.50 points or 0.70% to end at 10,692.30. Gains in the Sensex pack were led by Axis Bank, SBI, ICICI Bank, Reliance Industries, Maruti Suzuki and Yes Bank, rising as much as 8.97%. Axis Bank shares had fallen 3%…

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SC/ST engineering students learn at faster rate: Study

Engineering students from the Scheduled Tribes (ST) and the Scheduled Castes (SC) learn at a faster rate than those from the general category, according to a study carried out by Stanford University, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the World Bank. The study on learning assessment outcomes, which was carried out between October and November 2017, and the results for which came out on Friday, also found that women engineering students lag behind male students in terms of performance, especially in physics and mathematics. They also lag…

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You have at least 2 years to revive a lapsed policy

Let us say you miss paying the premium on your life insurance policy, and as a result, your policy has lapsed. For people who may find themselves in situations like this, life insurance companies offer a small window of opportunity to revive the policy during the revival period. The rules state that insurers need to offer a revival period of at least 2 years within which you can reinstate your policy. Here is how you can revive a lapsed life insurance policy. When do insurance policies lapse? A policy lapses…

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New law scholarship for Indians at Oxford

A new scholarship named after the late Ratanshaw Bomanjee Zaiwalla – one of the first Indians to qualify as an English solicitor in 1925 – has been set up at the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development based in Somerville College, Oxford. Instituted by his son, senior London-based lawyer Sarosh Zaiwalla, its first recipient is Shreya Prakash, who completed her undergraduate degree at the National Law School of India University, Bengaluru. She is enrolled for the Bachelor of Civil Law course. Zaiwalla said: “My aim to create the scholarship is…

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At IIM Ahmedabad, it’s time for lessons from the Panchatantra

At IIM Ahmedabad, students of PGP (postgraduate) and PGPX (executive postgraduate) programmes recently learnt some valuable lessons from India’s ancient fables, the Panchatantra. Leaving regular classes undisturbed the two-week course, conducted after dinner from 9 to 10.15 pm for 25 students, was non graded. The management lessons were based on the understanding and interpretation of conflict in the Panchatantra. These were initiated on an experimental basis by Professor N Ravichandran, faculty in production and quantitative methods area at IIMA. About 25 stories from the Panchatantra were discussed with five classes covering…

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Eco-heaven: This resort on Marlon Brando’s island runs on seawater & coconut oil

The tiny, palm-fringed atoll of Tetiaroa was once a favourite holiday spot for Tahitian royalty before the late American movie star fell in love with it while filming Mutiny on the Bounty in 1961 on islands close by. Brando married co-star Tarita Teriipaia and the couple raised a family on Tetiaroa, now home to a luxury eco-resort that bears the reclusive actor’s name and regularly pampers A-list clientele such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp and Barack Obama. Guests at The Brando help fund research projects by paying up to $10,000…

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iBall Slide PenBook 2-in-1 launched at Rs 24,999: Specs, features

Domestic consumer electronics company iBall on Thursday launched a two-in-one “iBall Slide PenBook” in India Priced at Rs 24,999, the Windows-based device is available via Amazon.in and retail stores. The device with 10.1-inch, full multi-touch HD display and IPS technology sports 5MP auto-focus rear camera and 2MP front camera. “iBall Slide PenBook” showcases a unique ‘Windows Hello,’ a quick fingerprint scanner feature. It also has’Cortana with Voice’ that helps users remember their tasks. “Our latest two-in-one ‘iBall Slide PenBook’ is a world-class offering with latest technology wonders of Windows inking,…

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Cat S41, Cat S31 Rugged Smartphones, Cat T20 Tablet Launched at IFA 2017: Price, Specifications

Cat S41 HIGHLIGHTS The Cat S41’s mammoth battery can charge other devices as well Cat S31 comes with wet finger and glove support The Cat T20 tablet runs on Windows 10 Cat, or Caterpillar, a brand licensed by Bullitt from the US-based construction machinery manufacturing company of the same, on Thursday launched new durable smartphones and a tablet at IFA 2017 in Berlin. Built by Bullitt, the Cat S41 and Cat S31 smartphones come with a rugged build, water resistance, drop/ vibration proofing, military grade protection, and large batteries. The…

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Meet a geisha and savour a gold-covered Kobe beef sandwich at a new café in Japan

  You may travel to Japan, but not get to meet a geisha. Like a rare wildlife sighting, real-life geishas can be elusive creatures to capture on camera. Graceful and discreet, the ladies are not known to stop and pose for a photo, but are more apt to scurry off to their appointment, head bowed. Women who do ham it up for photos are likely to be tourists dressed up as geishas. Enter the Maikoya Osaka, a cultural center in Osaka, billed as a space where visitors can meet openly with…

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